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Oyinkansola Awosan
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Oct 13, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

How and why you should use Next.js with Django

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3 Replies to "How and why you should use Next.js with Django"

  1. in your example about you have misslead ppl. your code is not complete or either the information you have provide about your code is not complete. you have create the django project but not the app in the explanation. now the confusion part is that where the hell should we create the .views file , url file and the serial file ?

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